Outlook calendar not updating automatically

The users i Phones are sending out the meeting notifications.

Having the organizer cancel, then delete the original repeating meeting and then recreating the repeating meeting with a valid end-date specified, resolves the issue once the i Phone resyncs with the calendar.

Click "File," click "Account Settings" and then click "Account Settings" again. Re-enter your password under the Login Information heading to ensure Outlook is using the correct password.

Also double-check that the information displayed in the Server Information section is correct.

Outlook has a feature called Delegate Access that enables other people to remove data from your calendars.

If you currently have delegate access enabled for your calendar, it's possible that someone else has inadvertently removed meeting invitations.

If the "Auto Archive Every" check box is checked, that means the Auto Archive feature is enabled.

The repro steps are as follows: Until Microsoft or Apple releases a fix, use this solution discovered by Derik and Mark: When creating a new appointment in Outlook, do not include yourself as an attendee.

I am able to see some in Outlook on my My Tasks calendar, but none before the current date and none after the end of February.

Is there a setting I'm missing somewhere for date range of items shown?

To change how often Auto Archive occurs, update the value in the Days field.

To disable Auto Archive, remove the check mark from the "Auto Archive Every" check box.

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